Suzanne Lockhart. M.A. Criminology thesis University of Melbourne, 2005 Current: PhD candidate University of S.A Identity Fraud – Displacement effects and diffusion of benefits. ARC/AUSTRAC project. Community Perceptions of Biometric Technology. Human identification.
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M.A. Criminology thesis
University of Melbourne, 2005
Current: PhD candidate
University of S.A
Identity Fraud – Displacement
effects and diffusion of benefits.
Community Perceptions of Biometric Technology
Australian Government states:
“that it intends to keep
pace with the application
of biometric technology to
improve border protection,
combat identity fraud, address
passenger volume issues and
meet international obligations”
Diffusion research centers on the conditions
which increase or decrease the likelihood that a
new idea, product or practice will be adopted
by the members of a given culture.
The decision to adopt or reject a new idea or innovation
will be influenced by:
Perceptions will change over
time and be
Identified that the degree of
awareness and knowledge
potential users may have about
biometrics is directly influenced
to discuss any of these issues
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